A New Freebie

I promise that I will be posting more these days.  I really do.  I have a student teacher for the next few months, so he should free me up for more bloggin' time.  Or at least, for more creating time.
Today I am stepping into another area of the crafting world. 
Digital Clip Art
I really enjoy playing around with this stuff on my computer so I though I'd try out some free background papers for you to try.
To download these freebies, just
and you will be taken to my Teachers' Pay Teachers store and get it for free
I haven't finalized my Terms of Use, but for now, it's both for
Have Fun.  I have a lot more from this set to post up in the next few days.  Please leave me feedback and tell me what you think!


  1. These are gorgeous! You are so talented!

  2. These are awesome! Nice job! Thanks for sharing!

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    From the article referenced in the blog post I understand that Spanish ticket prices are indeed very high, but the stadiums are generally not sold out. This begs the question if it really makes sense to invest in stadium development? I know Atletico and Valencia are already doing it, but it seems to have caused at least Valencia economical troubles.